insect control

insect control

[′in‚sekt kən‚trōl]
(ecology)
Regulation of insect populations by biological or chemical means.
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Salmi pointed out that this amount will be used to clean wadis and waterways as part of a national insect control strategy, according to a statement published on the ministry's official Facebook page.
Evogene announced that an external laboratory and in-house testing had confirmed that leading Evogene insect control genes demonstrated efficacy against insects with resistance to current commercial insect control products, including fall armyworm and diamondback moth.
If the farmers have mixed groves of oranges and pomelos, and build bamboo bridges among them, the ant nests in the pomelo trees serve as an annual, renewable source of insect control.
Present concept of green pesticides comprises of substances such as plant extracts, pheromones, hormones and toxins from natural origin and also includes many aspects of insect control such as plant derived pesticides, pheromones and secondary metabolites from microorganisms.
(NYSE: XON) has agreed to acquire UK-based biological insect control solutions specialist Oxitec Ltd., the company said.
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Beyond that, the expectations and requirements of end-users and policymakers, and even social attitudes, keep changing, which generally means the bar for what is expected from insect control measures keeps being raised.
Omaha, WY, September 05, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Carl Jarl Group has just announced that they are now selling and installing the MistAway Automatic Outdoor Insect Control System for the summer.
Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences sign a new cross-licensing agreement for creation of the next generation of advanced weed and insect control technology in corn.